Dr Tony Bartlett

Dr. Tony Bartlett AFSM has worked in Australian and international forestry for 47 years and has worked in various forestry roles for the Commonwealth, ACT and Victorian governments and on forestry development projects in Nepal and Vanuatu. He has extensive experience in forest fire management, including risk-reduction-based planning, implementing large-scale prescribed burning programs and performing senior operational roles in the suppression of large wildfires. He has authored several research papers and analytical reports on management and impacts from large wildfires in Australia and led a FAO technical cooperation project to study the key drivers of fire incidence in Timor-Leste.